Late-Stage Upfront Payments Hit New Highs
Licensing fees for late stage products are at an all-time high--we examine upfront payments in pharmaceuticals over the past twelve months.
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Keeping Track: US FDA Set For Speed With Approvals Of Inqovy, Rukobia, Dojolvy, Phesgo; Keytruda Loses Chance At AA In HCC
The latest drug development news and highlights from the Pink Sheet’s FDA Performance Tracker.